Boreen Point & Noosa Everglades

Boreen Point is a small village overlooking the sandy beaches and pleasant picnic spots of Lake Cootharaba, and is popular for sailing and camping.

Things to do

Things to do

Go sailing, kite surfing or paddling – hire a canoe or kayak and explore the expansive waters of Lake Cootharaba. The lake is home to windsurfing and yachting competitions and is part of the Noosa River system. Boreen Point is the gateway to the upper Noosa River, the Everglades and the Great Sandy National Park.

Locals and visitors come from far and wide to enjoy the famous Sunday spit roast lunch and relax on the wide verandah or in the beer garden of the historic Apollonian Hotel. Set on 3 acres with post-and-rail fences and a friendly Clydesdale in the front paddock, the Apollonian is a rustic and welcoming country pub.

Book to stay at self-contained holiday homes or camping grounds and caravan parks with all the facilities you need, located on the shores of Lake Cootharaba. Book a bed in a bush setting at the historic Apollonian Hotel.

Getting There

Boreen Point is 25 minutes drive from Noosa Heads.

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Highlights

  • Camp by Lake Cootharaba
  • Spend the day sailing, kite surfing or paddling on the safe waters
  • Book a kayak or canoe and explore the lake and head to the Everglades
  • For a taste of Queensland, the historic Apollonian Hotel has cool, wide verandahs, a beer garden and pig on the spit on Sundays
  • Walk the unspoilt tracks from Elanda Point to Mill Point

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Noosa Notes

Noosa Long Weekend Festival - let the fun begin!

Noosa Long Weekend Festival - let the fun begin!

Hastings Street is set to become even more fun and colourful this evening (Friday 15 July) with more than 300 street performers in costumes and feathers strutting along the road for the spectacular free Opening Carnivale Infusion Parade, kicking off the 15th annual Noosa Long Weekend Festival.

Noosa Food & Wine 2016 wrap up

Noosa Food & Wine 2016 wrap up

Noosa Food & Wine 2016 brought about 10,000 people to Noosa to sip and savour their way through more than 40 events on Noosa’s Main Beach, along Hastings Street, by the Noosa River, in restaurants and markets, and through the hinterland.

Mountain biking in Noosa

Mountain biking in Noosa

Mountain bike trails snake their way up and down hill through Tewantin National Park, just 10km west of Noosa Heads, and it’s a fun – and unexpected – experience that’s so close to the water activity that Noosa is usually known for.

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